Surgeon Involved in DWI Crash Recovers Her Medical License

Surgeon Involved in DWI Crash Recovers Her Medical License

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Deborah Aaron, a New Mexico surgeon that pleaded “no contest” to a DWI accident that killed a 4-year-old girl, has had her medical license reinstated by the New Mexico Medical Board after demonstrating to the authorities that she is receiving treatment from a substance-abuse program. It was noted that The New Mexico Medical Board suspended her license after she initially failed to enroll in a substance abuse treatment. However, during July, Aaron came into terms with the board and agreed that she could keep her medical license if she enrolled in a monitored treatment plan and remained under board supervision. KRQE stated that Aaron only received a misdemeanor DWI charge and not a vehicular homicide, because prosecutors were unable to prove that she caused the automobile accident.  According to sources, Aaron is currently residing in Arizona.

If you have been arrested for driving drunk, contact an experienced and skilled New Mexico DWI attorney for legal assistance.

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